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Easily Transfer Ink To Wood With This Video image
Here’s a do it yourself that even the least artistically inclined can pull off. All you need are a decent quality printer, the right type of paper, and a piece of wood! If you know where to find those three, you are already on track to success!
Mick Joest 2014-05-09
Jackie Chan Immortalized In Hanging Chopsticks Just In Time For 60th Birthday image
Famous martial artist, director, and actor Jackie Chan turned 60 this year! To honor this milestone, Hong Kong artist Red Hong Yi decided to immortalize him with a portrait made entirely of chopsticks. Chan, who turned 60 on Monday, really loved the art piece and plans to display it at an upcoming concert of his.
Mick Joest 2014-04-10
Americans To Vote On What Art Should Appear On Billboards image
It seems like a lofty ambition to set up American art on billboards across America, but the great museums of our nation are up to the challenge. Fifty works of art will be selected by the Art Institute of Chicago, Dallas Museum of Art, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, National Gallery of Art and Whitney Museum of American Art in New York for America to vote on. These works of art will then go on display nationally on billboards, bus stations, subways and more to spread the word and culture of American fine art.
Mick Joest 2014-04-09
Star Wars Story Told In The Coruscant Tapestry, Available To Buy image
We’re all eagerly anticipating Star Wars: Episode VII. Every bit of news from J.J. Abrams’ lips is leaped upon and analyzed by the most die hard geeks out there. But sometimes, we just want to wallow in the glory of being the ultimate Star Wars fan.
Steve West 2014-02-13
New York City Residents Upset Over Artist's Photos Taken Through Their Apartment Windows  image
Draw the blinds! There may be someone peeping in at you and using a telephoto lens to snap photos of you for artistic purposes. Ok, probably not, but the residents of a New York City Tribeca neighborhood luxury apartment building did find themselves to be the unknowing subjects of Arne Svenson's art, which ended up on the walls of the Julie Saul Gallery and on full display, where visitors of the Chelsea establishment could view or purchase the photos.
Kelly West 2013-05-17
See The Topless Bea Arthur Painting That Sold For Almost $2 Million  image
Bea Arthur might not be the first Hollywood actress people think of when the word topless comes up, but back in 1991, acclaimed artist John Currin decided to imagine the no-nonsense Golden Girls star in such a state. He procured a photograph, mentally removed the top and painted as accurate of a representation as he could. Not surprisingly, the result turned out to be some combination of jarring and beautiful.
Mack Rawden 2013-05-16
TSA Scanner Used To Find Hidden Artwork Underneath Fresco image
The TSA may not always be the most popular group of all time, but as it turns out, some TSA-approved technology is pretty freakin’ sweet. The TSA scanners that have long caused innocuous airport-goers angst can actually be used for a secondary reason: to uncover hidden works of art.
Jessica Rawden 2013-04-12
Watch Fleetwood Mac Announce New EP, Unveil New Music Onstage image
In the video from the performance, Buckingham calls the music “The best stuff we’ve done in a long time,” also explaining that a new EP will be available in just a few days, although he didn’t really specify how long that would be.
Jessica Rawden 2013-04-09
Vandal Defends Decision To Deface Mark Rothko Painting image
One day after patrons of the Tate Modern gallery on the River Thames watched an Eastern European man walk up to the Mark Rothko classic Black On Maroon and write on it in black ink, the alleged defacer decided to try and clarify his motives. Answering to the name Vladimir Umanets, he’s apparently aware he’ll be arrested by British police in the near future but is okay with it since he was trying to make “an artistic statement” about galleries and art.
Mack Rawden 2012-10-08
Stolen Matisse Painting Recovered In Florida More Than A Decade Later image
Pedro Antonio Marcuello Guzman and Maria Martha Elisa Ornelas Lazo were arrested on Tuesday for possession of a painting that had been stolen some ten years ago from the Sofia Imber Contemporary Art Museum in Venezuela. The 1925 painting “Odalisque in Red Pants” was stolen sometime after reaching the contemporary art museum in 1981 but at the time of the theft was replaced with a modestly clever fake, which was not discovered until 2003.
Jessica Grabert 2012-07-21
The Scream Could Bring In $80 Million At Auction image
Over the past two decades, two of the four known copies of Edvard Munch’s The Scream have been stolen. Luckily, each was recovered, likely because selling something that rare on the black market is nearly impossible. Selling it legally to the highest bidder however is another matter entirely.
Mack Rawden 2012-02-21
Bob Dylan Being Accused Of Plagiarizing At Art Exhibit image
You remember that scene in Finding Forrester in which the kid used Sean Connery’s first paragraph as a jumping off point? This seems to be a little more pronounced than that. The shading, the colors and some of the details are a bit different, but it seems ludicrous that Dylan didn’t at least credit Leon Busy as his inspiration.
Mack Rawden 2011-09-28
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